The new regions, located in the Netherlands, Montreal, Los Angeles, Finland and Hong Kong, will go live from 2018 and will bring the total number to 18.
The second cable, called the Havfrue (Danish for "mermaid") cable will run from the east coast of the United States to Denmark and come online at the end of next year. Annual EPS Growth of past 5 years is 13.40%.
Google has already helped built three undersea fiber-optic cables, and now it plans to add three more, which will both speed up data transfers to certain reasons and offer alternative routes when data fails in other areas.
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The Havfrue cable will link the U.S. with Denmark and Ireland, while the Hong Kong Guam cable system (HK-G) will provide better connections between hubs in Asia and open new routes to Australia.
Google says that its network delivers up to 25 percent of the world's internet traffic. The Google network has more than 100 points of presence and over 7,500 edge caching nodes.
The Curie Cable will connect Chile to Los Angeles and is being build as a private cable by Google. Once deployed, Curie will be Chile's largest single data pipe.
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The cable running from Chile to L.A. has been named Curie cable (after famous scientist Marie Curie) and would serve cloud customers across Latin America.
Finally, the Hong Kong-Guam cable system will help Google reach customers in Australia and the Pacific region.
Meanwhile, Google is building Havfrue with Facebook, Aqua Comms and Bulk Infrastructure, and working with RTI-C and NEC on the HK-G cable system. By owning the cable, Google gets to decide the design and construction process, it can fully define the cable's technical specifications, streamline deployment, deliver service to users and customers faster, and make routing decisions that optimise for latency and availability.
Google now has a direct investment in 11 under-sea cables and it leases capacity on several others.
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